Teamwork is at the heart of every high-performing organization. You can’t expect teams to perform well if they can’t work well together. You could have the most suitable people for the job, but if they can’t communicate well and collaborate, the results would be unsatisfactory, at best. This is why your employees need training on teamwork – especially your team leaders and managers.
Courses in Collection
High-Performing Teams Framework- Forming
High-Performing Teams Framework- Storming
High-Performing Teams Framework- Norming
High-Performing Teams Framework- Performing
High-Performing Teams Framework- Adjourning
Module 1 :High-Performing Teams Framework- Forming
The members will form the perfect team, immediately able to solve any problem and smash every target given to them. Of course, the reality of building a team isn’t usually quite so rosy, so it’s important to take steps to make sure your teams stand the best chance of performing at their best.This course will take your managers through the forming phase of the high-performing teams framework, so they can get your teams off to the best start.Topic's covered :
Imagine you’ve just set up an absolute dream team, made up of only the best of the best. Well, now they’re getting to know each other and they can’t stop arguing. Constant disagreements, heated debates, and no one can seem to get along. Disaster! So it’s vital that this stage of team building is managed effectively to prevent these from becoming long-term problems.Topic's covered :
Your manager has set up a team of the very best people, and they’ve started gaining each other’s trust. They’re getting used to each other and now they share a common goal. The work here is done, right? They can just start working together now to get the job done, surely? Not quite – there’s still work to do to make sure the team members perform at their very best. Once team members have settled any disputes and clashes, they reach the “norming” phase of the high-performing teams framework.
You’ve got your dream team and you’ve set them up for success from the very beginning. Now they’ve established their roles and are getting to work. Time to put your feet up and relax; you don’t need to get involved at this stage, right? The exact opposite is true, because supervisory input will likely be needed more than ever.In the “performing” phase of the high-performing teams framework, your team members will be making most of their decisions, likely requiring input from higher levels. It’s also common for things to come up that throw your team off, and impact their working relationship and performance.Topic's covered :
“Adjourning” is an important phase for a high-performing team. The separation of the team has a bigger impact than you’d think. So it’s crucial to get this right, too, to make sure that their hard work at building the team doesn’t go to waste right at the last hurdle.Topic's covered :